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There are several ways to capture images from the internet.
In your browser, right click on an image and select Save Image As...
or Copy Image and then paste into your graphics application.
Some web pages use programming to prevent copying images and the right click and copy/save won't work easily. There are ways around it, but you have to start hacking the copy protection code.
Do a screen or window capture:
On a Windows PC, look for a Print Scr (Print Screen) key on your keyboard.
Press that key and the whole screen will copied to the "clipboard" and can be pasted into another application. You may need to use another key in combination with Print Scr. I have to press the Fn key + Print Scr on my keyboard. Don't actually type the "+".
Also, the Alt key + Print Scr will capture only the current window, not the whole screen.
There are many screen capture programs out there as well. IrFanView is an excellent free graphics tool with a screen capture feature.
Hit the 'print screen' button on your keyboard. That puts it on your clipboard. Open your photo editor (at worst, MS Paint) and edit>paste as new image. Alt+print screen just copies the foreground window.
PrtScr does not make the screen print out on your printer.
It only copies the screen to your clipboard.
Press CTRL+PrtScr to copy entire screen to clipboard
Press ALT+PrtScr to copy active window to clipboard
Press CTRL+V to paste the contents of your clipboard into a document or image
Then you can print the document or image to your printer.
If the print screen button doesn't work, try to use Alt + Print Screen. If that doesn't work either, then try to re-install the software that came with your keyboard (if there is).
However, for most multi-media keyboards and mice, the CD that comes with them usually made to program the special buttons only. But I'm not sure in your case. There could be an option for you to re-program the buttons on your end, including the Print Screen button.
But if there's no way to re-program it and the Alt + Print Screen didn't help, then you may want to send the keyboard to the reseller or manufacturer for repair. It's a hardware defect.
Unfortunately on almost all new keyboards the print screen will not just print out a page of text. What print screen does now is that if you press the print screen button an image of what you are seeing will be copied to the clipboard so that you can just go into any program and click paste and you will get the monitor display that was visible. I hope this helps.